The Terracotta Army of 8000 warriors took 720,000 people over 37 years to build. Great things are done when people unite behind a single goal. How we communicate change will strongly effect how successfully people drive results for the business
About Tom Dennehy
An ‘all-rounder’ in the field of internal communication, Tom has 8 years’ experience including delivering high profile and engaging communications campaigns, strategy development, channels and event management. He believes that those in internal communications have a unique opportunity within any organisation to inform and inspire its people to do great things.
Entries by Tom Dennehy
The value of measuring internal communications can’t be understated, particularly in times of change. So why the reluctance?
Change management engages people with business change, minimising resistance and ensuring the project delivers what it was designed to back to the business
We need to harness resistance to change and understand where it comes from and why. Here are five things you can do to help manage resistance.
When it comes to business change, offline communications still work. Here’s some of the best for your project or programme.
The differences between them can cause real problems on a project. Here’s a guide to spotting issues early and what to do. There are a number of common myths about introverts and extroverts, such as:
Managing change and communicating it to people can be a messy affair. It can be uncomfortable, problematic and challenging. Here are 6 tips for success
Did you know that we are bombarded with 174 newspapers’ worth of data and information each day? This is four times the amount of just 25 years ago. So when delivering change it is vital that your programme stands out from the crowd and you engage employees with change.
Using our creative and innovative approach to delivering change, we enable and equip your people to progress through every step of the change journey.
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